The St. John's/Tipton Blujay boys team took to the hardwood for the third time in a week Friday night. And for the first time in over a week the Jays were at full strength with no illness. The Jays didn't disappoint as being the favorite as they played all 16 of the players who dressed in a dominating 62-26 victory.
Like the girls the boys team for St. John's/Tipton made the long trip home Monday night after suffering a loss at Hill City. The boys team is still battling the flu bug which leaves them shorthanded, and that can be a challenge against a good team, which the Knights are. They needed someone to step up and help fill the holes left by illness. That help came in the form of Brady Palen and Brandon Bates. Those two help provide the scoring as the Jays came home with a 54-46 victory.
The Ringnecks hometown advantage along with Blujays being home sick were too much for the Blujays during Monday's make up game against Hill City as they defeated St. John's/Tipton boys 61-42.
Monday night the St. John's/Tipton Lady Blujays traveled to Hill City to play the Lady Ringnecks. Despite the records the team with the best record did not win as the Ringnecks led from beginning to the end of the 39-27 victory.
BELOIT – The Beloit Trojans upped their season to 13-3 as they were host to Southeast of Saline onTuesday. Beloit will now travel to play Russell on Friday. Beloit defeated the Broncos earlier in the season 82-58.